Let’s over-engineer the HTML horizontal rule … the smart way

The <hr> element is a self-closing tag that is meant to represent a thematic break in the content. Remember: the horizontal rule is not a border or a line and it’s not meant to serve a styling purpose, instead, it marks the end of a section in your document.

It would be perfectly reasonable to add a <hr> element to your…

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Mate Marschalko

Mate Marschalko

Senior Front-end Web Developer, Creative Technologist with over 12 years experience. Loves pushing the limits of HTML and CSS.

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